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    Vivek Oberoi Happy With Response To 'Grand Masti' Promo !

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    Vivek Oberoi, who will be seen as one of the leads in forthcoming adult comedy Grand Masti, was initially nervous about the audience's response to the film's promos, but heaved a sigh of relief after the overwhelming response.

    "Since we have made the film we were very nervous... whether the audience will like the film or not, whether they will like the promo or not...," Oberoi told reporters on Monday at the film's music launch.

    "But when [we] saw the reactions for the promo and how people downloaded it on Whatsapp and exchanged it among them... I was enjoying it. Even we were watching the promo sitting in office.

    "We were getting calls from everywhere. People are watching it together in trains also. So that's just people's verdict and we are very, very fortunate with the way the promo is being received," he added.

    A sequel to Masti, Grand Masti will see Oberoi teaming up with Riteish Deshmukh and Aftab Shivdasani. The trio were in the cast of the 2004 release.

    Directed by Indra Kumar, Grand Masti also features Sonalee Kulkarni, Maryam Zakaria, Manjari Phadnis, Bruna Abdullah, Kainaat Arora and Karishma Tanna.

    Deshmukh says despite being bold, the film won't spoil the youth when it comes out on September 13.

    "At the age of 18, we get the right to choose whom to vote for. So, I feel we are knowledgeable and that's why our constitution gives us the right. The audience above 18 years will decide whether they have to watch the film or not," Riteish told reporters on Monday at the music launch of Grand Masti.

    "I think they are intelligent enough to decide this," he added.

    "Whenever a film based on friendship comes, friends enjoy it watching together," added Oberoi. "As Riteish said, there is no age for friendship, at every phase of life we have friends and when the friends come together, there is no regard for each other... So, I feel people of all age groups should watch the film," he said.